Why Banning ChatGPT in Classrooms is the Wrong Approach

Policy makers will need to rethink how to incorporate new technologies into classrooms much faster than in the past, as well as develop entirely new approaches to teaching and learning and then do this in a decentralised manner with students and teachers as collaborators to scale up and out at pace. That’s the approach that needs to be taken. This centralised strategic planning approach that has been a staple in education throughout the world’s education system won’t cut it moving forward because by the time it comes out it’ll be outdated. We can distill this approach into the following: Think Big but Start Small, Gather Feedback and Iterate Quickly.